10 Essential Google Chrome extensions for 2019 [Video]

Google Chrome needs to have the RAM management issues addressed but it hasn’t really stopped it from being arguably the best browser, even more so when you factor in the power of Chrome Extensions. I’ve tried to use a mixture of personal experience and team recommendations to create a short but sweet list of extensions […]

15 tips and tricks for Chrome on Android (2018 edition)

Last year, we compiled a list of 15 tips and tricks to get the most out of Chrome on Android. The browser has plenty of hidden features, either tucked away behind flags or simply not pointed out by Google. Since that post was published, several of the features we highlighted have been removed (like the […]

Google now allows its Chrome browser to remove all ads from…

Out this week, Google’s latest Chrome browser now has more muscle to battle annoying online advertising. Version 71 — for Windows, Mac and Linux — adds the ability for Chrome to detect websites with deceptive or overly-aggressive ad techniques, and block their ads. Such sites, presenting what Google calls “abusive experiences,” will be blacklisted by […]

Google Chrome update will protect your computer and save yo…

Google Chrome is the Mountain View firm’s browser that is consistently updated, bringing new features and fixes. Google has announced version 71 of Chrome is rolling out to users today and contains a number of substantial upgrades. Chrome will now issue an alert to Android users of the browser in instances where “insufficient mobile subscription […]

Google Chrome to remove ads from abusive sites

Home > News > Cybercrime Google announced it will be adding new features to Chrome 71, starting in December 2018, which will remove ads from sites with persistent abusive experiences. Site owners are free to use the Abusive Experiences Report in the Google Search Console to see if their sites contains any of these abusive […]

How to use Chrome User Experience Report to improve your si…

At the 2017 Chrome Web Summit Conference, Google introduced the world to the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) – a database constructed from multiple samples pulled from real Chrome users’ web browsing experiences. According to Google, the goal was to “capture the full range of external factors that shape and contribute to the final user […]